Fishing Season: Year around

Mobile Bay - AL

Fishing Outlook & Conditions

Inshore Temp:

82

Offshore Temp:

82

Capt Dan Kolenich's Tip of the Week

Use a sinking line to get your fly deep if the water on top is muddy. Trout will hit poppers and lighter flies on a floating line when the water is clear.

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Map of Mobile Bay

Tide data

Tidal Conditions

5-Day Outlook as of 6/14/21

The saltwater has moved back into the bay and into the causeway. Reds and specs on going to continue to move north thru out the summer. Look for birds working to find some surface action. 15 to 25 pound jack move in around the end of July.

Techniques & Tips as of 6/14/21

Work your fly slow.

Current Conditions as of 6/14/21

The saltwater has moved back into the bay and into the causeway. Reds and specs on going to continue to move north thru out the summer. Look for birds working to find some surface action. 15 to 25 pound jack move in around the end of July.

Local Species Available Year around

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    Redfish

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    Speckled Trout

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    Flounder

Capt Dan Kolenich's Recommended Fly Patterns

"Must-have" fly fishing patterns in descending order of importance:

Name: Colors: Size(s):
Kirk's rattle rouser Gold 1/0

Kirk's rattle rouser

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Capt Dan Kolenich's Recommended Gear

Description: About Mobile Bay

Mobile Bay and the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Waters are the open bay, docks along the shores of the bay, and north of I-10 known as the delta.

Nearest Airport:

Mobile, AL or Pensacola, FL

Bait Recommendations:

Pogies and rain minnows.